Posted by **Rosie** on Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 11:38am.

I'm having problems with this question.

In a regular school, the mainstreaming\inclusion technique is

A used only with visually impaired students

B often impossible with behavior disordered students

C frequently a positive experience for regular students

D impractical for learning challenged children

Please help me

- Teacher -
**Ms. Sue**, Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 11:42am
A. Aren't EI, MI, and physically handicapped students included in regular classes?

B. Occasionally -- but not often

C. Yes.

D. I had many learning challenged students in my regular ed classes. They were some of my favorite kids.

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**Writeacher**, Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 12:26pm
I agree with Ms. Sue.

Notice in this type of question -- there are 3 of the answers that are negatives (the words "only," "impossible," and "impractical" should give you the sense of negative), and 1 answer that is positive. When questions and their answer choices are set up like this, it's almost always the one answer choice that's different that is the correct choice.

Test-taking strategy to remember!!

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